S$179 Cheap Flights from Singapore to Sydney

Cheap flights from Changi to Kingsford Smith Intl.

Prices were available within the past 7 days and starts at S$179 for one-way flights and S$362 for round trip, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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Philippine Airlines
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Bamboo Airways
Fiji Airways
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Singapore Airlines
Malaysia Airlines
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Vietnam Airlines
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Malaysia Airlines
Singapore Airlines
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British Airways
Cathay Pacific
Singapore to Sydney route information
Origin AirportChangi
Destination AirportKingsford Smith Intl.
Airlines ServingAir New Zealand, Aircalin, Asiana Airlines, Bamboo Airways, Batik air , British Airways, Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, Emirates, Fiji Airways, Jetstar, Malaysia Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Qantas Airways, Qatar Airways, Scoot, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways International, Vietnam Airlines
Flight PriceS$361
Distance6255 km

Flights from Singapore to Sydney

Expedia offer both direct and non-direct flights to Sydney International Airport; a direct flight takes approximately 8 hours and you can choose from a range of different airline carriers. Popular airlines include Singapore Airlines, Scoot, Jetstar, British Airways and Quantas Airways.

Sydney International Airport Information

Sydney International Airport (SYD) is the largest and busiest airport in Australia, serving domestic, regional and international flight paths. There are three terminals in total, first of which Terminal 1 serves International arrivals and departures, with regular flights from Qantas, Emirates, China Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Philippines Airlines, amongst many others. Terminal 2 handles domestic flights from regions across Australia, airlines that frequent this terminal are; Jetstar, Virgin Australia, and Tigerair.  Terminal 3 serves regional flights with only Qantas operating in this section. Across all terminals a number of fashion, health & beauty, gift, electrical and duty-free stores can be found, as well restaurants, cafés and fast food courts. There is free Wi-Fi service available to use in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, connect your device to the server “-FREE SYD WiFi-“ and follow the on boarding instructions.

The international terminal (T1) and domestic terminals (T2/T3) are separate buildings, and so if you need to transfer between them there are a number of ways you can do so, depending on where you need to get too, and at what time.

The T-Bus Service at T1 can found on the arrivals level of the airport at Bus Bay 1 near McDonald’s, and at the first roadway in the centre of the terminal at T2. The journey costs AUD$6 per person one way, and takes you between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2&3. The journey takes approximately 10 minutes, operating much more frequently in the morning period after 06:00 up until a half hourly basis until 21:00.

A taxi can be ordered between terminals, which should take approximately 10 minutes dependent on the time of day you are traveling. This journey will cost you roughly $17 - AUD$22 depending on the taxi company, and traffic.

Airport Link is a train service that runs between T1 and T2&T3, charging AUD$6.10 per person for a one way ticket, unless you have an Opal card in which case you will . The journey between terminals should take approximately 2 minutes and visit frequently from the hours of 05:00 – 00:00.

For those of you flying between a Qantas domestic and Qantas international service either way, you should check your eligibility to use the Qantas Seamless Transfer Service.

Virgin Australia, also provide a seamless transfer service between those of you traveling on both the Virgin Australia and any of Virgin’s international partner airlines. You will also need to check your eligibility for the use of this service.

Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 are walking distance between each other and can be clearly navigated using the sign posts provided.

Expedia offer both direct and non-direct flights to Sydney International Airport; a direct flight takes approximately 8 hours and you can choose from a range of different airline carriers. Popular airlines include Singapore Airlines, Scoot, Jetstar, British Airways and Quantas Airways.

Sydney International Airport Information

Sydney International Airport (SYD) is the largest and busiest airport in Australia, serving domestic, regional and international flight paths. There are three terminals in total, first of which Terminal 1 serves International arrivals and departures, with regular flights from Qantas, Emirates, China Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Philippines Airlines, amongst many others. Terminal 2 handles domestic flights from regions across Australia, airlines that frequent this terminal are; Jetstar, Virgin Australia, and Tigerair.  Terminal 3 serves regional flights with only Qantas operating in this section. Across all terminals a number of fashion, health & beauty, gift, electrical and duty-free stores can be found, as well restaurants, cafés and fast food courts. There is free Wi-Fi service available to use in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, connect your device to the server “-FREE SYD WiFi-“ and follow the on boarding instructions.

The international terminal (T1) and domestic terminals (T2/T3) are separate buildings, and so if you need to transfer between them there are a number of ways you can do so, depending on where you need to get too, and at what time.

The T-Bus Service at T1 can found on the arrivals level of the airport at Bus Bay 1 near McDonald’s, and at the first roadway in the centre of the terminal at T2. The journey costs AUD$6 per person one way, and takes you between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2&3. The journey takes approximately 10 minutes, operating much more frequently in the morning period after 06:00 up until a half hourly basis until 21:00.

A taxi can be ordered between terminals, which should take approximately 10 minutes dependent on the time of day you are traveling. This journey will cost you roughly $17 - AUD$22 depending on the taxi company, and traffic.

Airport Link is a train service that runs between T1 and T2&T3, charging AUD$6.10 per person for a one way ticket, unless you have an Opal card in which case you will . The journey between terminals should take approximately 2 minutes and visit frequently from the hours of 05:00 – 00:00.

For those of you flying between a Qantas domestic and Qantas international service either way, you should check your eligibility to use the Qantas Seamless Transfer Service.

Virgin Australia, also provide a seamless transfer service between those of you traveling on both the Virgin Australia and any of Virgin’s international partner airlines. You will also need to check your eligibility for the use of this service.

Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 are walking distance between each other and can be clearly navigated using the sign posts provided.

Getting From Sydney Airport to Sydney City Centre

By Train: Train stations that operate the Airport Link service can be found in both Terminal 1 and then also between Terminal 2 & Terminal 3. The station at Terminal 1 (International) is located over at the northern end of the terminal accessible on the Arrivals level. Terminal 2 & Terminal 3 (Domestic) has the station located between the two terminals also on the Arrivals level. Trains are frequent usually coming every 10 minutes, with the train journey into central taking approximately 13 minutes. Tickets to central stations from the domestic terminals (T2&T3 cost AUD$17.50, and the same journey from the international terminal (T1) will cost you AUD$18.50.

By Taxi: There are two taxi ranks, one serving the two domestic terminals, and the other outside the international terminal. There are a number of different taxis appropriate for all sorts of customer requirements (no. seats, wheelchair access, baby capsules, etc), that supervisors will point you in the direction of the nearest most ideal taxi. Taxi fares will vary dependent on time, distance and company but will usually charge AUD$45 - 55 in Sydney city centre.

By Bus: There is a bus service running along Route 400 that travels between Bondi Junction and Burwood, this service stops at both international and domestic terminals of Sydney Airport. There are clearly marked bus stops that can be found outside each terminal. The bus from outside the domestic terminals will take you approximately 45 minutes to Sydney Central Station and cost you AUD$3.50 with an Opal card. Travel from the bus stop outside T1 to Sydney Central Station will take you 55-58 minutes and will cost you AUD$3.50 with an Opal card.

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Frequently asked questions

How much is a flight from Singapore Airport to SYD?
Round-trip flights from Changi Airport to Mascot Airport start from S$362. This is based on fares advertised within the last 7 days on Expedia for flights departing within the next year — book now to avoid missing out. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
Do I need to pay a cancellation fee if I cancel my flight from Changi Airport (SIN) to SYD?
Most flights can be conveniently canceled online, but whether you incur a fee varies between airlines. If you do have to cancel your break, follow the easy instructions in the Customer Service Portal.
Can I fly from SIN to SYD right now?
To see what travel restrictions and quarantine requirements are in place for different citizens flying from Singapore Airport to Kingsford Smith Intl. Airport (SYD) please visit our COVID 19 travel advisor portal link
How do I find cheap flights from Changi Airport to Kingsford Smith Intl. Airport (SYD) that have flexible change policies?
Many airlines offer the option to reschedule your flight without a change fee. All you pay is the difference between the original flight and the new flight. When you’re searching for Singapore Airport to Mascot Airport flights, you’ll see a “no change fees” filter for you to select.
How many hours is the flight from Changi Airport (SIN) to Sydney Airport?
It takes about 7 hours and 39 minutes to fly from SIN (SIN) to Sydney Airport (SYD). But with some TV shows and a good novel, the hours will go by quicker.
How far is the flight from Singapore Airport to Sydney Airport?
Singapore to Sydney is around 6,300 kilometers, so be prepared to spend quite a while in the air. Don’t forget to pack all the essentials, from your earplugs to your eye mask. Take a few snacks to nibble on throughout your trip too.
Which airlines fly direct from Changi Airport to Kingsford Smith Intl. Airport (SYD)?
Traveling from Singapore Airport to Sydney Airport is easy when you have a good range of airlines to choose from. Here are some of the best:

  • Singapore Airlines - (SQ) with 121 monthly flights
  • Scoot - (TR) with 43 monthly flights
  • British Airways - (BA) with 30 monthly flights
  • Qantas - (QF) with 21 monthly flights

Are SIN to Kingsford Smith Intl. Airport (SYD) flight tickets cheaper when they're purchased at the last minute?
It is possible to find great last-minute deals from Changi Airport to SYD, but there’s no guarantee. As many airlines release prices up to 12 months in advance, it’s worthwhile keeping an eye on fares early and being ready to book when you spot a good bargain. Expedia compares carrier prices and updates flight deals often, so you can rest assured you’re always getting the latest offers.